Formerly Cardiff Arms Park and rebuilt for the Rugby World Cup of 1999, the Millennium Stadium is home to Cardiff Rugby ... More
Cardiff Rugby Football Club
Formerly Cardiff Arms Park and rebuilt for the Rugby World Cup of 1999, the Millennium Stadium is home to Cardiff Rugby Football Club which was founded in 1876. The team has an international line-up, including some big names like Neil Jenkins and the atmosphere in the new stadium is worth savoring even if you are not a fan of the game. Discounts apply on advance ticket purchases and groups. Call ahead or check the website for a complete listing of game times.
A haven of tranquility in the middle of the city's busiest shopping area, St John the Baptist Church dates back
to the 12th Century and it still plays an important part in the life of the city today. The ...
Belvoir Park Golf Club ("Belvoir" is pronounced "beaver"), designed in 1927 by the golf architect H.S. Colt, is an 18
hole championship inland parkland course which is ranked among the top 30 golf courses in Ireland. It has a ...
The Cardiff Bay development isn't all about new buildings. The Waterfront and Britannia Parks are a pair of beautifully sculpted
embankments, stretching along the Norwegian Church Arts Centre and Cardiff Bay Visitor Centre . Stroll along the promenade and ...